Following its launch, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Google in a San Jose Federal Court, as well as a complaint filed with the Federal Trade Commission by the Electronic Privacy Information Center which stated that Google had engaged in unfair and deceptive practices.
Some time today Google is expected to make an announcement about privacy concerns with Buzz, and ask users to confirm or change their privacy settings. For many users who have already been turned off from Buzz and have disabled it, this won’t be of much interest. But for others who continue to play with it, perhaps in hopes that it might challenge Facebook or Twitter, keep an eye out for changes today.
The post from Google about Buzz can be found here.